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Wetherspoon logoJ D Wetherspoon 'January' saleIncl 89p coffee with unlimited refills. Most pubs participating


Unlikely as it may seem, pub chain JD Wetherspoon is having a January sale, where selected beers, wines, spririts and soft drinks are reduced in price until Wed 17 Jan. Most of its 900+ UK pubs are participating, but a few in London, or at airports and train stations are excluded.

Prices vary by location, but when we looked on Wetherspoon's app we found the usual 99p coffees was reduced to 89p (incl cappuccino, latte etc, with free unlimited refills), plus alcoholic drinks such as Guinness, Magners cider, Bud Light, Gordon's gin and Coldwater Creek wine all reduced by 10p-30p, making already-cheap prices even better. Of course, this isn't an excuse to drink more.

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Refills offer applies on the day the coffee was purchased - keep your receipt as proof.

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Wetherspoon logoWetherspoon rare 7.5% off food & drinkWed 20 Sep ONLY at all pubs (excludes alcohol in Scotland)


Pub chain Wetherspoon is offering 7.5% off all food and drink at its pubs in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (find your nearest) for one day only, on Wed 20 Sep. In Scotland, the discount will be on all food and soft drinks (so no alcoholic drinks due to Scottish law).

Wetherspoon discountFood and drink will be priced as normal in menus, and the 7.5% will be taken off when paying at the bar, or via the Wetherspoon app, eg, if your meal and drink cost £10, you'll pay £9.25 on Wed 20 Sep. Wetherspoon says the discount is available all day and also includes breakfast and meal deals such as 'Chicken Club'.

Although 7.5% isn't a massive saving, 'Spoons hardly ever offers any widespread discount and is already comparatively cheaper than many other pub chains, so it's a rare chance to scoop up even cheaper pub grub.

Why is Wetherspoon doing this? It's supporting 'Tax Equality Day', a campaign raising awareness of the benefits of lowering the current rate of 20% VAT charged for the hospitality industry, and bringing it more into line with food sold at supermarkets, which is VAT exempt.

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Wetherspoon logoJ D Wetherspoon free coffee refillsBuy a filter coffee (49p-79p) and get unlimited free refills


J D Wetherspoon is offering free refills when you buy a filter coffee, til Thu 23 Jan. The offer’s valid til 2pm every day at a majority of its branches - it couldn’t confirm which are excluded, but insist it’s a small number, mainly airports.

Prices vary between branches (ranging from 49p-79p), so if you know you want more than one cup of coffee, it’s a good deal.  

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Filter coffee refills offer applies on the day the coffee was purchased only, and is non-transferable. Receipt must be kept to redeem refills. Valid for filter coffee only. 

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